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Inspired by Walter Burley Griffin’s design for the capital, Constitution Place is a 12-level vibrant, centrally located, urban commercial, hotel and dining precinct that promises to meet the ever changing needs of any business and its employees.

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A landmark building and premium business address where work-life balance has been redefined. Constitution Place is a future-proof workplace where indoor and outdoor spaces seamlessly merge. Stunning lake views and light-filled contemporary floor plans enhance a culture of productivity and individual enrichment. Situated close to the bus interchange and the light rail, getting to and from Constitution Place will be convenient and efficient. This hub will be the place where Canberra’s most talented people converge to create, innovate, rest, play, revitalise, concentrate and collaborate.

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A network of fine-grain public spaces will transform Canberra’s CBD. Situated close to the bus interchange and light rail, getting to and from Constitution Place will be convenient and efficient. Welcome to Canberra’s new epicentre of work, culture, dining and socialising.

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Defining the administrative heart of Canberra, Constitution Place is a location for like‑minded people to converge.

Activated food and beverage laneway

5 star NABERS energy rating

On site gymnasium and childcare

All work areas within 10m of natural light

Private and public car spaces

Floor to ceiling glass curtain wall




Take your place at an address that symbolises status and corporate success, developed by a winning team.

The team behind the transformation of the Canberra Airport precinct, Capital Property Group is passionate about Canberra and continuing to make it Australia’s most liveable, vibrant city.

Bates Smart is a multidisciplinary design firm delivering architecture, interior design, urban design and strategic services across Australia. Their award-winning projects transform the city fabric and the way people use and inhabit urban spaces and built environments. They understand the social and economic forces currently shaping communities and their impact on built environments of the future.

JLL has been leading the commercial property market in Australia for over 56 years. In Canberra, its sales and leasing teams have extensive experience across office, industrial and retail. JLL understands the nuances of the Canberra market that only come with being on the ground, including comparative sales and rents, demographics, location benefits and Canberra-centric tenant expectations.

The Vibe Hotel Canberra Airport is getting worldwide recognition for its design and aesthetics.

Located at Canberra Airport, Brindabella Business Park is an award winning master-planned precinct consisting of 25 commercial office buildings.

Canberra Airport now represents one of the most significant infrastructure projects for the ACT and surrounding region, with a growing role as a national transportation hub, commercial business park and retail destination.




Capital Property Group has a deep history dating back to the foundation of Canberra. Executive Chairman of Capital Property Group, Terry Snow’s long family history in the ACT will come full circle with the development of Constitution Place in Civic.

Terry’s grandfather, Eli Robert Snow, opened one of Canberra’s first general stores called ‘Snow’s’ in the Sydney Building in 1927—just a few hundred metres away from where Constitution Place is now under construction. The Sydney Building, located in the historical heart of Canberra’s CBD, was one of the first commercial buildings constructed in Canberra, and ultimately became one of the original properties owned by the Capital Property Trust.

Capital Property Trust was a critical force in laying the foundation for future development in Civic and Barton and eventually would become the Capital Property Group. Ultimately it would build the foundation for the development of the Canberra Airport through the Capital Airport Group.

Aerial view of Sydney and Melbourne Building, circa 1928

Sydney Building looking north-east up Northbourne Avenue, circa 1928

Colonnade of the Melbourne Building, circa 1928




Latest news & events

12 JUN 2020

$300 million Constitution Place development reaches new heights

Constitution Place has reached a new milestone in construction ‘topping out’ with the completion of the 12th and final floor....

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7 NOV 2019

New retailers set to make Constitution Place the City's premier precinct

Four outstanding retail businesses have announced that they are moving into Constitution Place....

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1 FEB 2019

KPMG to anchor Constitution Place

KPMG, one of the world's leading professional services firms, will be the anchor tenant in Constitution Place....

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27 AUG 2018

Crane tower installation at Constitution Place

A 400 tonne crane now towers over the construction site for Constitution Place....

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